GONZALO GONZALEZ | Project Manager/Architectural Associate
Project Manager/Architectural Associate at McCormick Architecture office with 12 years of experience
Bachelors of Architecture - Texas Tech El Paso (May 2019)
Associate of Science Architecture, El Paso Community College (Dec 2016)
Associate of Science CAD/CADD Drafting & Design Technology, Kaskaskia College (May 2005)
Honors: Kaskaskia College Presidents List (May 2005), Deans List (Dec 2004)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), IDP, AXP
Since I was in middle school my dream has always been to be an architect. When I was growing up I used to watch “The Brady Bunch” everyday afterschool and think to myself, “what a great family” they were.
Of course I had a great family too, only we struggled a little more than the Brady’s did. I’ve always been interested in architecture and the occupation appealed to me as a great way to earn a living. In high school I started on that path by enrolling in Ysleta Vocational High School and learned the Architectural drafting trade. I excelled in vocational drafting even winning “The Young Designers” award in 1979, a city wide competition and I have never looked back since.
My love for the arts has always been a driving force in my life. Music and Architecture have always been a passion of mine. There was a time in my life when I thought I might be a musician and joined a band. I played guitar, wrote music and did lead vocals for the group and had a brief successful career. By night I would rock the clubs while by day I would intern in my first architectural office. Architecture eventually conquered my heart and I have been blessed with many great opportunities. My family is my biggest motivator these days so when I am not working I am with my family enjoying the “Brady” essence of family life.